Keri W. Posted January 25, 2014 Share Posted January 25, 2014 I'm really looking forward to beginning another Whole 30 after taking the time to reintroduce foods & discover what my body doesn't like. I will be eating foods from the Low Histamine shopping list this time. I really think that this will help me to feel even better. The only thing that I will most likely avoid from that list, is fruit. I am extremely sensitive to sugar, and as I've posted in the past, sugar makes my appetite spiral out of control. While I agree that fruit has some excellent benefits, the sugar content makes it bad for my body & I'm able to get the same nutrients from the other foods I eat without the high sugar content. I absolutely love the sweet taste of fruit, but it's dangerous for me â€¦even when combined with protein. I've tried to put it into my diet many times, in various combinations. The outcome is always the sameâ€¦crash & burn. It's interesting how sugar seems to flip a switch in my body. I'm glad that I recognize this. I'm excited to begin the low histamine Whole 30. Good luck to all! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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